Funding

Grant Writing Resources

Resources for grant writing are available through the Research Development and Assessment office in Stony Brook University's Office of the Vice President for Research. See their grant writing site, or reach out to the contacts listed below.

Peter Saal
Phone: 631-632-9033
Peter.Saal@stonybrook.edu

Jin Bentley
Phone: 631-632-8589
Jin.Bentley@stonybrook.edu

Deborah Mann
Phone: 631-632-8331
Deborah.Mann@stonybrook.edu 

 

Summer at SBU is for grant writing

Each year July through August we offer multiple workshops on all different aspects of grant writing from writing strategies to preparing a budget to hearing from successful PIs how they won their grants. Please check our list of events for details: Capital Ideas

 

Additional Resources

Applying for an NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA) - This presentation was given by Laura Stark Malisheski, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow in Neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania.

A Guide to Getting and Managing Grants -  by Alethea K. Helbig, posted on Eastern Michigan University's Office of Research Development website.

How to get funding - from ScienceCareers

4Researchers.org - Practical Advice from Working Researchers

All About Grants Tutorials - from the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Tips For New NIH Applicants- from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Writing a Grant- from the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Tips For Successful Grant Writing- from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

NIH Center for Scientific Review - information on the submission and review process

Office of Intramural Training and Education - workshops, seminars, slides, videos on K99/R00 grant writing

Principal Investigators Association - The Principal Investigators Association (PIA) is an independent organization created for professionals to create a sharing network and community among scientists in all fields of research.

Funding Opportunities for Investigators in the Early Stages of Career Development, 2009 article published in Circulation; provides an overview of the types of grants available at various stages of training, and FAQ's.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Annotated R01 Sample - Four investigators who wrote exceptional R01 applications in the shorter format (with a 12-page Research Strategy) have allowed them to be posted online.

 

 

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